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Most renters dream of transitioning from renting to owning homes. For some, it is more financially responsible to buy a place of their own. While leasing an apartment is cheaper in the short term, buying a home is most likely the largest investment and asset a person ever owns. Renting vs Buying a Home The tricky part is […]
Moving to a new house is something that can be looked into in many different ways. If you’ve spent all your spendings on the house of your dreams, you won’t probably even read this article seeking for advice on how to save a buck while moving family to a new house. However, if you’re blessed […]
Our family looks like a typical Midwestern family. We’re raising two small kids – ages four and one – in a nice suburban house with a big yard. No dogs, but you get the idea. What’s unusual about us is the absence of something that nearly every household holds: debt. We were able to pay […]
What do you do when you love to travel but your budget struggles to keep pace with your desire to roam? You could stay home and ignore the travel itch. Or, you could use a credit card to make your trips more wallet-friendly. Here’s how. Travel Well on the Cheap Know thy card The best […]
Debt is not something that you want to have looming over your head, especially if you want to eventually purchase a car or have a mortgage. Trust me. I learned early on that the debt I incurred in my life was NOT going to simply disappear and if I tried to make that happen in […]
This is a guest post from Eric Rosenberg, a finance writer at Personal Profitability, InvestmentZen, and other personal finance, technology, and travel publications. When you are married, investing is a tag team sport. Even though I have two finance degrees and have managed a portion of a $500,000 investment fund, I still consult with my […]
Sick and tired of paying an arm and a leg for insurance? Learn how we were able to slash $1,000 with our insurance with these tactics! The average American spends more than $2,000 each year for auto and home insurance and nearly twice as much on health insurance. That breaks down to almost $500 every single month. […]
Early in my career, I remember sitting down with my dad and asking him how I could ever afford to buy a house as nice as the one I grew up in. My parents have lived in the same home for more than twenty years, and homes in the Denver suburb have skyrocketed in that […]